Brain Fingerprinting – Where No Terrorist Can Escape
CSSPakistan is proud to be associated with Government Works, Inc. – a leading provider of innovative, comprehensive cutting-edge solutions to bring you The Brain Fingerprinting Technology.
Brain Fingerprinting scientifically detects whether specific information is stored in the brain – or not – by measuring brainwaves. Unlike a conventional polygraph, which detects an emotional stress response on the theory that people are more stressed when lying, Brain Fingerprinting detects only information.
Since Brain Fingerprinting depends only on information processing, it is different from the polygraph, voice stress analysis and fMRI, and is admissible in court. It has been over 99% accurate in detecting real-life information in over a hundred cases.
Here’s how it works: when the brain recognizes and processes certain information, it triggers a specific electrical signal called a P300-MERMER, which can be measured and analyzed. The brain response is automatic so there is no way to suppress or fool the system.
The process is non-intrusive, affordable and efficient:
The subject is attached to a headband equipped with sensors measuring his or her EEG.
Words or images are flashed on a computer screen for a fraction of a second.
A P300-MERMER – a part of the brainwave observed when a person recognizes familiar information- occurs involuntarily.
For scientific assurance, three types of stimuli are used: targets (information the subject will inevitably recognize) irrelevants (immaterial information); and probes (specific information only known by the perpetrator).
In the brain, the neurons fire synchronously, which elicits characteristic changes in brain activities. It is these changes – measured by sensors – which investigators look for in trying to determine whether someone recognizes a particular piece of important information.
Perpetrators know about the crimes they have committed. This information is stored in the brain, including details that are known only to the perpetrator and investigators. With Brain Fingerprinting, law enforcers have been handed a crucial tool to detect that all-important information.
Brain Fingerprinting has been tested by US federal government agencies and found to be over 99% ACCURATE.
There may be no way to completely stop crime. But Brain Fingerprinting is an ingenious way to uncover whether a suspect possesses information that is relevant to solving a crime. Just look at the benefits:
The accuracy of Government Works Brain Fingerprinting lies in its technological ability to pick up the brain’s electrical signal — known as a P300-MERMER before the suspect has time to influence the output. This split-second bump in electrical activity that starts anywhere from 300 milliseconds to 800 milliseconds after a recognized stimulus is a scientifically advanced way to detect concealed information.
No one has ever yet beaten a Brain Fingerprinting test, despite the motivation of real crimes and a $100,000 reward for doing so. When the subject recognizes the stimuli, an involuntary MERMER (brain wave response) occurs. It’s about as foolproof as it gets.
Instant and cost-effective results
Government Works Brain Fingerprinting provides an instant way to identify criminals quickly and scientifically and exonerate the innocent. As a result, it’s possible to decrease the number of suspects that escape justice due to lack of witnesses or evidence. Especially when time is of the essence, Government Works Brain Fingerprinting can be an invaluable tool.
Fundamentally different from a polygraph
The polygraph attempts to detect deception by measuring an emotional stress response. Government Works Brain Fingerprinting detects information stored in the brain. It depends only on brain information processing. It eliminates the subject’s often-unreliable emotional response.